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Do you have control of the color of the lights with that Kit or does it just keep changing.
...there's a reason your car caught fire brotheamazingnate said:i have 2 neons on the inside trunk lid- another in the trunk- and i am gonna drop a couple 36 inchers in the trunk- the 4 underbody and then 5 interior- 2 under dash, 2 on the ceiling hidden by windshield and back glass and then 1 under the rear bench...
Every kit I have ever seen has acrylic protecting the neon bulb. So as long as you don't do a high pressure undercarriage wash, you'll be fine.kasimmmmm said:do the lights get damaged when u go through the automated car washes, because of all the water pressure from the underbody cleaning
Actually the bulb in neon light kits is protected by an acrylic casing that surrounds the bulb (if you would have read my post above, you would know that). So even if you hit comething, it will only crack the outside casing. You would have to hit it pretty damn hard to break the bulb too.Ostornadoe said:I have lite-glow underbody LED's. They are bright, but the problem is they act more like spotlights, they don't cover the ground totally. Mine have a controller to change the patterns, and a remote kit, and i got it all for around $100. It is not that hard to install yourself. Just set aside a couple of hours and you can do it yourself. The good thing about LED's compared to neons is that I hit a stump in a parking lot (I don't know what it was doing there) and it cracked the casing. I taped it back together and it works fine, not a single bulb was damaged. With regular neons you would have to replace it. Good luck with whatever you choose. Neons are all cool.